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Date: October 22nd, 2020 from 8:00am to8:00am America/Toronto
Location: Webinar
Live and DownloadCAD$25.00
Plus applicable provincial taxes.
Download OnlyCAD$20.00
Plus applicable provincial taxes.

“Who’s on first?“ (and other baseball questions you have been afraid to ask): An Introduction to Baseball Rehab & Return to Sport

Clinicians need not be intimidated by the physical complexities and competitive demands of the baseball athlete at various stages of growth and development. The objective of this webinar is to introduce physiotherapists to basic baseball specific considerations to help them navigate the rehab journey with athletes, parents and coaches. This will not be a detailed biomechanical analysis of the overhead rotational athlete. Rather, it is intended to provide an expanded toolbox of knowledge to address the assessment, management and prevention of baseball related injuries.

Time: Thursday, October 22nd, 2020 7:00pm CT

SPC Members: Free
Non-Members: Live Webinar and Download – $25
Non-Members: Just the download – $20

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Mitch Dahl, BScPT, DipSportPT

Mitch has been in sports and orthopedic physiotherapy private practice since graduating from the University of Saskatchewan in 1994, and is one of ZONE Sports Physiotherapy’s founding partners. In addition to receiving his Diploma in Sport Physiotherapy from Sport Physiotherapy Canada, Mitch’s sport experience includes extensive clinical practice and consultation work with a variety of local, provincial, national, collegiate, and professional calibre athletes, as well as prior roles as a member of the medical staff at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games, and a therapist with Athletics Canada, Baseball Sask, and Football Sask. He also works as a consultant with the Saskatoon Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center. Mitch has a special interest in youth sport, educating young athletes and parents regarding injury prevention and long term athlete development. His special interest in baseball has taken him to conferences across the continent to discuss current concepts in injury management, prevention and performance alongside MLB team orthopedic surgeons, physicians, and therapists. Outside of work Mitch is a dedicated sports fan and enjoys plenty of family time, a variety of sports, many outdoor pursuits, a solid soundtrack, and his trusty Jeep.